Rosacea & Red Spots
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Am I a Good Candidate for IPL Photofacial?
IPL photofacial is effective for all skin types, but results may vary for each person. Some skin tones are more suitable for the treatment and experience maximum benefits. Darker and tan skin tones may have a risk for temporary pigment changes from this treatment. It is essential to always choose an experienced, board-certified dermatologist for
Treating Rosacea with IPL
Intense pulsed light (IPL), also known as photofacial therapy, is a proven skin-rejuvenating treatment that alleviates common skin issues like rosacea, restoring clearer skin. While rosacea cannot be cured, IPL laser treatments can safely and effectively control the symptoms. What is an IPL Photofacial treatment? IPL photofacial is a minimally-invasive procedure that requires little to
Best Treatments for Your Best Fall
With cooler weather on the horizon, updating your fall wardrobe is likely at the top of your priority list. But what about your skin? While investing in a high-end moisturizer is a great way to prevent the dry, flaky skin that often accompanies chilly weather, now is the perfect time for a more comprehensive upgrade.
Why Everyone Needs an IPL Treatment
As warmer weather waltzes in, there’s no better time to revamp your skin for a fresh, healthy look. Spring is the season for renewal, and one versatile cosmetic skin treatment that will refresh your appearance is the IPL photofacial. This procedure helps people of all ages not only achieve better skin tone and texture, but
Beauty Above the Mask
Masks have become a mainstay fashion accessory for 2020, and likely into 2021. While they are an essential tool for keeping our communities healthy, many of us may feel tired of wearing them. Dr. Butterwick recently hosted a webinar to help us feel a bit better about mask wearing and the times we are living
How To Treat Rhinophyma
Rhinophyma is a progressive skin condition that causes the nose to swell, giving it a red and large bulbous appearance. Also referred to as rosacea nose, whiskey nose, rum nose, and bulbous nose, rhinophyma can occur in those with rosacea, a common chronic inflammatory skin condition that causes facial redness on the nose and cheeks